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Co-op and map editor for Halo Infinite worth waiting for in November

The developers of the first-person shooter Halo Infinite have released a video detailing the next major update. The exact date was also announced – although the update is called “winter”, it will be released in the fall, on November 8, 2022.

The update will introduce the long-awaited co-op, which will allow you to play the story campaign in a group of four people. Previously, the authors confirmed that the mode is online, so playing with friends on the same screen, unfortunately, will not work.

In addition, a beta version of the Forge map editor will finally become available to users, allowing you to create your own battlefields for battles by setting up the environment, time of day, sounds and even the color of the sky, as well as changing various gameplay parameters.

Among other innovations, it is worth noting the Covert One-Flag mode, two maps (Argyle and Detachment) and a free battle pass for 30 levels.

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